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This site is Bezmialem Vakif University Academic Open Access System. The system was established in June 2019 in order to store the academic outcomes of Bezmialem Vakif University in digital standards and to provide them with open access. OpenAccess includes academic outputs such as articles, presentations, dissertations, books, book chapters and reports produced by Bezmialem Vakif University.

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Tranexamic Acid and Rhinoplasty: How Do Different Administration Routes Affect Effectiveness?
(2024-03-27) Sezen Göktaş S.; Yenigün A.; Sütcü A. O.; Özturan O.; Tuğrul S.; YENİGÜN, ALPER
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(2024-04-30) Sönmez S.; Güneş Bayır A.; GÜNEŞ BAYIR, AYŞE
Although the medical treatment and etiology of fibromyalgia are not fully understood, its effects on patients are considerable. Various symptoms such as chronic pain, fatigue, depression, sleep disturbances, and cognitive issues can significantly impact the quality of life of patients. In this context, the potential relationship between fibromyalgia and nutrition will be explored in this section. Studies examining the role of nutrient supplements in fibromyalgia suggest that dietary changes can reduce fibromyalgia symptoms and alleviate pain, implying potential positive effects. However, it has also been demonstrated that certain dietary components may increase the risk of fibromyalgia or exacerbate symptoms. Particularly, it has been noted that glutamate excitotoxin, a common food additive, may increase central pain sensitivity in individuals. Fibromyalgia is a common condition among rheumatic diseases and shares similarities with autoimmune thyroid diseases, especially hypothyroidism. Therefore, autoimmune thyroid disease, hypothyroidism, and Hashimoto\"s thyroiditis are also discussed in this work. Additionally, studies addressing the relationship between fibromyalgia diagnosis and treatment methods and thyroid diseases, one of the differential diagnoses, are compiled. In conclusion, advanced clinical research is needed to better understand the pathophysiological connection between fibromyalgia syndrome and thyroid diseases. Keywords: Fibromyalgia, Diagnosis and treatment, Nutrition, Autoimmune thyroiditis
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Glycopolymeric Photoactive Micelles for Glucose Transporter-Targeted Synergistic Combination Therapy
(2024-03-01) Gençoğlu Katmerlikaya T.; Ersen B. C.; Dağ A.; Sancakli B.; Ozgen P. S. O.; Yalcin E. K.; Avci B.; DAĞ, AYDAN
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(İstanbul Tıp Kitabevi, 2024-05-01) Arifoğlu Y.; ARİFOĞLU, YASİN
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Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided Pancreatic Duct Drainage
(2024-01-01) Trieu J. A.; SEVEN G.; Baron T. H.; SEVEN, GÜLSEREN

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